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Buyers claim real estate broker failed to disclose problems with septic system with their Fayette County property

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By Marian Johns | Dec 6, 2019

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FAYETTEVILLE – The buyers of a Fayetteville property allege Blake Real Estate Development failed to disclose the fact the property had a defective and inadequate septic system prior to their purchase. 

Amanda Holutiak and Louis Donelow filed a complaint in Fayette Circuit Court against Blake Real Estate Development LLC and Stella Blake alleging failure to disclose a material fact and fraud.

The suit states the plaintiffs purchased a property in Fayette County for $103,000 on Sept. 29, 2017. The plaintiffs allege they entered into a contract with Blake Real Estate that was executed by Stella Blake for the property.

They allege in their complaint that one year later, they discovered the property has septic tank issues that "would not have been disclosed by a reasonably diligent inspection." The plaintiffs claim Blake, who executed the seller's disclosure form, failed to make the disclosure to the plaintiffs.

The plaintiffs seek compensation for their damages, a trial by jury, interest and all other relief the court deems appropriate. They are represented by Anthony Ciliberti Jr. of The Ciliberti Law Office PLLC in Fayetteville. 

The case has been assigned to Circuit Judge Paul Blake Jr.

Fayette Circuit Court case number 19-C-137 

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